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A qualified cognitive behavioural therapist, Alieshia uses her vast knowledge of cognitive behavioural therapy to help you manage your mood, feel better about yourself as a person and increase your sense of wellbeing. CBT in simple terms means thought (cognitive) – action (behavioural) therapy and looks at how our thoughts and actions interplay to influence the way we feel and vice versa. Using a mixture of evidenced-based cognitive and behavioural techniques (many of which Alieshia has successfully used to overcome her own personal challenges), she will equip you with the methods necessary to help you not only in the present but also provide you with a toolkit to help you flourish in life in the future.
A message from Alieshia:
“I believe self-disclosure is an important and powerful part of therapy and where appropriate I often provide clients with examples of how I have used CBT techniques in my own life to help me overcome various challenges. I believe in forming collaborative, therapeutic relationships with clients, working together with you to use both our expertise to help you get the best from life; my expertise in CBT, and your expertise in yourself. I appreciate that for many clients, particularly those who have encountered trauma, that trust is extremely important between the therapist and client. I take this into account and allow the space and time for us to build a trusting relationship to set the foundation for effective therapy”.
Alieshia is pleased to offer CBT (cognitive behavioural therapy) sessions in Essex and London in the afternoon and evening. Alieshia also offers telephone and Skype CBT nationwide in the UK. CBT is an evidenced based therapy and has shown to be effective when delivered in person and over the telephone for helping with issues such as;
- panic, panic disorder & panic attacks
- generalised anxiety disorder (GAD) excessive worry
- managing stress
- health anxiety & hypochondriasis
- obsessive compulsive disorder (OCD)
- social anxiety (also known as social phobia)
- low self-esteem
- management of emotional impact of long term physical health conditions
- post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD)
For more information or to book a consultation please email firstname.lastname@example.org or telephone 0793191858.